A group of anti-Trump protesters known as Indivisible Acadiana was recently caught in the act of plotting to create a hostile environment during a town hall event with Sen. Bill Cassidy.
Thanks to local radio station KPEL, an audio of the group emerged with interesting details. The group’s goal, according to Daily Caller, was to give “the public impression that Cassidy’s support for Trump is unpopular with his constituents.”
According to the recording, the activists decided to spilt their forces into two parts. One team would remain outside to interact with the media while the other would go inside the building. The goal was to fill up as many seats as possible according to Organizer James Proctor:
“Game plan number one is to fill as many seats as we can, right? If it’s all of us in there and the poor people of Breaux Bridge are sitting behind us, well then tough luck for them… If we can arrange it so he doesn’t hear one sympathetic question- great. That only magnifies our impact.”
KPEL learned that Proctor was indeed the leader of the activist group. He continued instructions for the outside team saying:
“The outside team will join the inside team in the hall after media coverage… So what we’ll do is we’ll try to dominate enough, because-remember, the camera people especially are looking for some ‘b-roll’ and some quotes.”
Since the election, activist groups have become stronger and stronger against the President of the Unite States. To make matters worse, Indivisible recently partnered with Organizing for Action. This activist group was recently reported to be in connection with former President Obama.
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Credit: Daily Caller